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    How to embed subtitle to video like this(with space between blackbox lines): ?

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    Is your question about how to make the subs ? You can do it with ASS subs eg. aegisub , which supports many different styles , fonts , effects. Very versatile format.

    Or is your question about how to hardcode the subs to the video ? (ie permanent subs)

    Or by "embed" did you mean selectable subs (soft subs) , which can be toggled on/off ?
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Is your question about how to make the subs ? You can do it with ASS subs eg. aegisub , which supports many different styles , fonts , effects. Very versatile format.

    Or is your question about how to hardcode the subs to the video ? (ie permanent subs)

    Or by "embed" did you mean selectable subs (soft subs) , which can be toggled on/off ?

    I have to make permament(hardcore) subtitle like this.
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    If you've already made the subs, then you can use avisynth , vsfilter.dll (ie. textsub() ) to hardcode the subs using any encoder that accepts avs scripts. What encoder you use depends on what you final format goal is (e.g. is it for web? pc computer file? dvd , blu-ray etc... ?)

    If you haven't made the subs yet, you can use aegisub
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    If you've already made the subs, then you can use avisynth , vsfilter.dll (ie. textsub() ) to hardcode the subs using any encoder that accepts avs scripts. What encoder you use depends on what you final format goal is (e.g. is it for web? pc computer file? dvd , blu-ray etc... ?)

    If you haven't made the subs yet, you can use aegisub

    Lemony Subtitler is best for this subtitle, but not is free.
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